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POCP’s Research Reports provide strategic insight and analysis on key healthcare topics and trends. Compiled by our experienced analysts and practice leads, all reports are available for download in PDF format. If you need a more customized summary of a health IT topic or industry trend, contact us.
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ePrior Authorization’s Real Benefits: Reducing Frictional Costs and Speeding Time to Therapy
Uploaded May 6, 2019
This comprehensive report by Point-of-Care Partners (POCP) on electronic prior authorization (ePA) is aimed at providing advice to payers, providers, life sciences companies, and the stakeholders supporting them. It will be especially valuable to aspirational and progressive payers and providers involved in value-and risk-based contracts, as well as organizations that are similarly challenged to improve patient safety while also containing rising costs.
Real-Time Pharmacy Benefit Check: The Payer Value Proposition
Uploaded November 16, 2018
This report outlines the value proposition of Real-Time Pharmacy Benefit Check from the payer perspective. Our research included interviews with and information from payer executives representing 6 of the top 10 pharmacy benefit managers, which cover 95% of commercial covered lives. In addition to a summary of our findings, we included suggestions on steps stakeholders can take to advance RTPBC.
Fighting the Opioid Epidemic at the State- and Rx-Level
Updated July 2018
This report explains in detail how states are using legislative and regulatory policy levers and healthcare technology to fight back against abuse, fraud and diversion that can emanate from the opioid prescribing process.
This research brief details enacted ePrescribing regulations for all 50 states and Washington, DC. Updated within the most recent 3 months, this one-time snapshot provides easy-to-reference data that simplifies regulatory tracking.
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